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Excerpt from Documentary background of the country of Maine, Vol. 19: Containing the Baxter ManuscriptsThis quantity, much more than the previous, discloses the depredations to which the scattered coast settlements of Maine have been subjected through the lengthy battle of the Revolution. With a coast line too lengthy for the Massachusetts executive to properly defend, the extra distant groups have been ever uncovered to extinction, therefore their power, and virtually futile cries, for information. As we learn there continuously looks a protracted nation of inefficiency at the a part of the Massachusetts executive, and we will yet suspect that a few of these whose names shine at the roll of status as patriots, were over priced; certainly, we all know that then as now, there have been males in charge of very important govt positions, who seemed their public tasks with a extra languid curiosity than they did their political honors.We should still, although, have in mind the truth that in the course of the whole conflict, these on the head of affairs in Boston have been continuously at their wits finish to procure provides essential to keep a defensive line, and have been continuously beautiful to the final executive for aid. It used to be lucky for us that the offensive operations of the enemy have been controlled with such glaring inefficiency; had they now not been, our background may have worn one other aspect.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes thousands of infrequent and vintage books. locate extra at www.forgottenbooks.comThis ebook is a replica of a massive ancient paintings. Forgotten Books makes use of state of the art know-how to digitally reconstruct the paintings, holding the unique layout when repairing imperfections found in the elderly replica. In infrequent instances, an imperfection within the unique, reminiscent of a blemish or lacking web page, could be replicated in our variation. We do, notwithstanding, fix nearly all of imperfections effectively; any imperfections that stay are deliberately left to maintain the nation of such historic works.